Montaigne's Apology for Raymond Sebond
...Apology for Raymond Sebond Introduction Montaigne explores different contrasting opinions regarding sense, trait, and human knowledge. The human knowledge is founded on the senses. It is through our eyes, ears, nose, mouth, nose, hands, as well as other body parts that we view and judge the world. Therefore, everyone is in a conflict trying to demonstrate that his or her perceptions or judgments are the true discernments. In Montaigne’s opinion, senses that we depend on for knowledge are unreliable and inadequate. Perceptions of bitterness, sweetness, and other tenets of life are our own deceptions and not truthful. They are founded on ones capability to provide sufficient testimony... Montaigne's...